Tag: new

Planet PDF launches all-new Planet PDF Forum

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A while ago now, we told you that big happenings were afoot at Planet PDF, and that we were in the process of making some changes to the site. Well, we have now rolled out the first big one: a brand-spanking-new forum.

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Planet PDF upgrade continues

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As mentioned on the Debenu blog, Planet PDF is currently in the process of being migrated across to a shiny new server. Once the move is complete, the new server will significantly improve site performance and uptime.

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This week in PDF: Third annual PDF/A conference announced

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This week in PDF has seen an update to a PDF-to-Word conversion tool and the announcement of a conference, while an established PDF vendor has revamped its website.

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This week in PDF: Global Graphics and Quark sign tech deal

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This week in PDF has seen a deal signed between Global Graphics and Quark, the release of a corporate ‘quick start’ package and an update to PDF compression tool.

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Ubiquitous PDF: NYT Bestselling author offers work gratis as PDF downloads

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Vocal Creative Commons evangelist Cory Doctorow has been in the news lately, celebrating both his novel’s 4th consecutive list on the New York Times Bestseller List and the release of a new graphic novel based on his short stories.

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Ubiquitous PDF: Making up for lost Times

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The New York Times (NYT) has released all of its public-domain articles from 1851-1922 as image-based PDF documents. The collection, which includes all 11 million articles from 1851-1980, is currently available, free-of-charge from the NYT web site.

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INM releases Impressario Xtra 2 and PDF Xtra 7

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Integration New Media has announced a pair of new releases centered around PDF integration for Authorware. Between them, INM’s Impressario Xtra 2 and INM’s PDF Xtra 7, bring a swag of new features including support for Acrobat and Reader 7, multi-line form fields, customizable toolbars, pre-scripted Knowledgebase Objects and a hands-on First Steps tutorial.

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NY Times being printed in Athens during Olympics

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The New York Times is digitally printing its national edition and making it available in Athens, Greece during August using Oce’s Digital Newspaper Network that relies on PDF distribution of data to print service providers.

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Welcome to the new Planet PDF!

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We’re very pleased to launch our all-new Web site. The beta version performed well over the past week and we thank everyone for their feedback. We’ll be making use of it soon to improve the site further.

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Mapping the redrawn NYC subways in PDF

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All four subway tracks on New York City’s Manhattan Bridge are now being utilized for the first time in a couple decades, following completion of major reconstruction. The city’s Transit Authority has posted updated PDF maps and schedules on its Web site as part of its informational campaign for the 600,000 daily riders potentially impacted by the changes.

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